Useful resources for tracking the outbreak, including data visualizations that are publicly accessible.
The purpose of this article on COVID-19 is to aggregate existing research, refer to relevant data and allow readers to make sense of the published early research and data on the coronavirus outbreak.
To identify changes in the reproduction number, rate of spread, and doubling time during the course of the COVID-19 outbreak whilst accounting for potential biases due to delays in case reporting.
Nextstrain is incorporating nCoV genomes as soon as they are shared and providing analyses and situation reports.
This global dashboard presents the underlying data which includes demographic and epidemiological descriptions of a long list of individual cases.
The dataset is the location for summaries and analysis of data related to n-CoV 2019. This work attempts to synthesize information from across a myriad set of data sources.
John Hopkins continues to manage of their dashboard throughout the entirety of the COVID-19 outbreak and to build out its capabilities to establish a standing tool to monitor and report on future outbreaks. These efforts are crucial to help inform modelling efforts and control measures during the earliest stages of the outbreak.
COVID-19 cluster (Golden)
Coronavirus report (Lens)
COVID analysis, visualizations + predictions (Kaggle)
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